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Mens Rea is the legal principle of intent that must be proved in a number of crimes, such as murder. It means literally, "guilty mind".
Mens Rea Podcast explores the most notorious crimes from Ireland and the UK and the court cases that followed. Join your host, Sinead, every fortnight when a new case is discussed.

Mens Rea: A true crime podcast Mens Rea: A true crime podcast

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Mens Rea is the legal principle of intent that must be proved in a number of crimes, such as murder. It means literally, "guilty mind".
Mens Rea Podcast explores the most notorious crimes from Ireland and the UK and the court cases that followed. Join your host, Sinead, every fortnight when a new case is discussed.

    59 - A Miscarriage of Justice: Nora Wall

    59 - A Miscarriage of Justice: Nora Wall

    In 1996, former nun with the Sisters of Mercy Nora Wall was accused of rape by a girl who had formerly been in her care at a group home in Cappoquin, Co Waterford. Alongside her, a homeless man, Paul "Pablo" McCabe, who had once been resident at the same institution was also implicated.
    The two went to trial, but the affair would later be declared a miscarriage of justice. 
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    Sources:
    Brendan Farrelly and Aideen Sheehan, “Ex-nun helped man in brutal sex attack on girl” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/exnun-helped-man-in-brutal-sex-attack-on-girl-26146877.html (11 June 1999)   
    Aideen Sheehan, “Tears of relief as jury finds victim was no liar” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/tears-of-relief-as-jury-finds-victim-was-no-liar-26146883.html (11 June 1999)   
    Aideen Sheehan and Jerome Reilly, “The Sister of No Mercy” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/the-sister-of-no-mercy-26146982.html (12 June 1999)   
    Sean O'Driscoll, “Silence in court as ex-nun is convicted” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/silence-in-court-as-exnun-is-convicted-26259703.html (13 June 1999)   
    Geraldine Collins, “Rapist nun was sacked from job by Order” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/rapist-nun-was-sacked-from-job-by-order-26146991.html (12 June 1999)   
    “Sr Dominic's victim speaks out” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/sr-dominics-victim-speaks-out-26259699.html (13 June 1999)   
    “Rape victim says she intends to sue nuns and the State” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/rape-victim-says-she-intends-to-sue-nuns-and-the-state-26147097.html (14 June 1999)   
    Rita O'Reilly, “Ex-nun gets life for rape” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/exnun-gets-life-for-rape-26145053.html (24 July 1999)   
    Aideen Sheehan, “Life for the nun who raped a child” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/life-for-the-nun-who-raped-a-child-26145049.html (24 July 1999)   
    Aideen Sheehan, “Rapist nun will ask courts to free her today” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/rapist-nun-will-ask-courts-to-free-her-today-26145406.html (27 July 1999)   
    Senan Moloney, “Judges quash former nun's rape conviction” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/judges-quash-former-nuns-rape-conviction-26145504.html (28 July 1999)   
    Kevin Moore, “Ex-nun caught on a legal see-saw” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/exnun-caught-on-a-legal-seesaw-26260363.html (1 August 1999)   
    “DPP may order retrial for freed rape case nun” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/dpp-may-order-retrial-for-freed-rape-case-nun-26130670.html (2 November 1999)   
    Liz Allen "Retrial rules out for former nun in rape case debacle” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/retrial-ruled-out-for-former-nun-in-rape-case-debacle-26261712.html (14 November 1999)   
    Brian Dowling, “Errors that led to great legal debacle” in The Irish Independent http

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    58 - Murder by Mistake: Melanie McCarthy McNamara

    58 - Murder by Mistake: Melanie McCarthy McNamara

    Gangs and drugs effect nearly every community. But in 2012, the Dublin suburb of Tallaght was shocked by the spillover of violence. 16 year old Melanie McCarthy McNamara was shot while she sat in the back of a parked car on a residential street. The gunman had shot from the back of a black SUV and sped off immediately. 
    Two men alleged to be involved in drugs locally were identified by gardai, and after protracted court battles have found themselves in prison in relation to Melanie's killing.
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    Quinn’s Song: The Dance Begins Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com (http://incompetech.com/) ) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    Additional Music:   Allemande (Sting) by Wahneta Meixsell. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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    Sources:
    Conor Lally and Stephen Carroll, “ Youngest victim of gang crime was not target, gardai say” in The Irish Times (9 February 2012) p. 1.   
    Conor Lally, “Girl was killed in well-planned attack, say gardai” in The Irish Times (9 February 2012) p. 3.   
    Stephen Carroll, “Residents express shock at violence against 'young girl'” in The Irish Times (9 February 2012) p. 3.   
    Conor Lally, “Gardai identify two men linked to murder of Tallaght teenager” in The Irish Independent (10 February 2012) p. 5.   
    Conor Lally, “Suspects in girl's murder on run in Ireland” in The Irish Times (11 February 2012) p. 7. 
    “Two arrested over Dublin teen killing” in The Irish Times (17 February 2012) p. 6.   
    Mark Hennessy, “London funeral for shooting victim” in The Irish Times (18 February 2012) p. 7.   
    Pamela Duncan, “Man charged with shotgun murder of teenager” in The Irish Times (22 February 2012) p. 4.   
    “Teenager in court on drugs charges denied bail” in The Irish Times (4 May 2012) p. 4.  
    Conor Lally, Man to appear in court over fatal shooting of teenager” in The Irish Times (2 October 2012) p. 6.   
    “Youth (17) charged with murder of teenage girl” in The Irish Times (3 October  2012) p. 8.  
    “Teenager faces murder trial” in The Irish Times (10 October 2012) p. 4.   
    “Man jailed for 20 years over fatal drive-by shooting of teenager in car” in The Irish Times (1 August 2013) p. 6.   
    Conor Lally, “Man jailed for death of girl is scalded” in The Irish Times (13 September 2013) p. 9.   
    “Teenager pleads not guilty to murder of girl (16) in Tallaght” in The Irish Times (14 January 2014) p. 6.  
    Natasha Reid, “Murder accused 'boasted about shooting girl'” In The Irish Times ( 15 January 2014) p. 6.   
    Natasha Reid, “Hospital staff tell murder trial of efforts to save girl” in The Irish Times (16 January 2014) p. 16.   
    “Youth was a protected prisoner” in The Irish Times (22 January 2014) p. 6.   
    “Murder accused admits writing letters on killing” in The Irish Times (23 January 2014) p. 6.   
    “Youth found guilty of murder” in The Irish Times (25 January 2014) p. 6.   
    Ireland's Teen Killers TV3 (May 2016) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol21ZJshVKg 
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    • 56 min
    57 - Unsolved: The murder of Grace Livingstone

    57 - Unsolved: The murder of Grace Livingstone

    In 1992, a murder unlike any other happened in the quiet seaside town of Malahide. Grace Livingstone (56) was bound and then shot in the head in her own home. 
    Gardai initially suspected that the culprit was someone close to her - Grace's husband, Jim. But Jim himself suspected that whoever was responsible had taken their displeasure for him, and his position at the Irish taxing authority, out on poor Grace.
    Her murder remains unsolved.
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    Our featured podcast this week is from the wonderful show Fresh Hell. Join Annie and Johanna as they discuss murder, mysteries and the macabre from different sides of the world! Find them here (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/fresh-hell-podcast/id1456161753) (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/murderific-true-crime-podcast/id1366667764)
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    Kevin McLeod, Quinns Song : The Dance Begins. (incompetech.com (http://incompetech.com/) )  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    Additional Music:   Allemande (Sting) by Wahneta Meixsell. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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    Sources:
    Tom Connolly, Detective: A Life Upholding the Law  (Dublin: O'Brien Press, 2015) Purchase here (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Detective-Life-Upholding-Tom-Connolly-ebook/dp/B010545I0W/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=)
    Barry Cummins, The Cold Case Files (Dublin: Gill & McMillan, 2012)   Purchase here (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cold-Case-Files-Missing-Unsolved-ebook/dp/B007W1OC2M/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Barry+Cummins%2C+The+Cold+Case+Files&qid=1575995854&s=digital-text&sr=1-2)
    Alison Healy, “Brutal murder of Grace Livingstone remains a mystery” in The Irish Times https://www.irishtimes.com/news/brutal-murder-of-grace-livingstone-remains-a-mystery-1.911499 (10 April 2008)   
    Meave Sheehan, “Unsolved Crimes: How Grace Livingstone's killer got away with murder” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/special-reports/unsolved-crimes-how-grace-livingstones-killer-got-away-with-murder-34944717.html (7 August 2016)   
    Juno McEnroe, “Murder suspect cleared 15 years after wife's death” in The Irish Examiner https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/icrime/murder-suspect-cleared-15-years-after-wifes-death-59911.html (10 April 2008)   
    Juno McEnroe, “Sergeant deliberately misled gardai, court hears” in The Irish Examiner https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/icrime/sergeant-deliberately-misled-gardai-court-hears-59472.html (4 April 2008)   
    Cormac Looney, “Cut on face is key to Livingstone cold case”  The Evening Herald  https://www.herald.ie/news/cut-on-face-is-key-to-livingstone-cold-case-27931245.html (10 November 2009) 
    Cathal Dervan. “Tax Inspector claims that IRA killed his wife” from IrishCentral.com (http://irishcentral.com/) https://www.irishcentral.com/news/tax-inspector-claims-that-ira-killed-his-wife-117484833-237373581 (6 March 2011)   
    Historical weather data via: https://www.met.ie/climate/available-data/historical-data 

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    56 - Predator: The deaths of Patricia McGauley & Mary Cummins

    56 - Predator: The deaths of Patricia McGauley & Mary Cummins

    1990 was a decade of missing women. We remember the names of the unfound - Annie McCarrick, Eva Brennan, Jo Jo Dollard, Deirdre Jacob. 
    The names Patricia McGauley and Mary Cummins were once on that list. These two women disappeared from Dublin in the space of a year, and it wasn't until a large scale review of cases of missing women from Dublin that a startling link was discovered between the two women. 
    Both of them had unknowingly spent time with a predator: Michael Bambrick.
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    Sources:
    Stephen Rae, Killers:Murders in Ireland (Dublin: Blackwater Press, 1998) p.p. 67 - 80.
    “Murder accused seeks early trial” in TheIrishTimes (8 December 1995) p. 4.   
    Bernard Condon BL, “Life sentence not available where  manslaughter plea is accepted by DPP” in The Irish Times (7 October 1996) p 20.   
    “Remand in double murder case” in The Irish Times (27 October 1995) p. 4.   
    “Man faces charges in 2 murders” in The Irish Times (21 October 1995) p. 4. 
    “Man admits manslaughter of two women discovered by Garda dig” in The Irish Times (4 May 1996) 
    “Garda evidence leaked to media before case was proven in court” in The Irish Times (25 July 1996) p. 4.   
    “Bambrick admits  women died when he gagged them during intercourse” in The Irish Times (18 July 1996) p. 4 
    Jim Cusack, “Disappearances occurred during a most violent period” in The Irish Times (11 September 2001) p. 9.   
    Jim Cusack, “Missing women believed buried in the Dublin area” in The Irish Times , (20 May 1995) p. 7.   
    Marie O'Halloran, “Missing woman's sister believes she is dead” in The Irish Times (14 April 1995) p. 6.   
    Jim Cusack, “Arrested man brought gardai to locations of women's bodies” in The Irish Times (27 June 1995) p. 1.   
    “Forensic tests on women's bodies” in The Irish Times (1 July 1995) p. 4. 
    “Charges in murder cases expected” in The Irish Times (20 October 1995) p. 6.   
    “Double sex killer gets 18-year jail sentence” in The Irish Times (27 July 1996) p. 6.   
    Frank Kilfeather and Jim Cusack, “Skull found at Garda dig after arrest over alleged sexual assaults” in The Irish Times (26 June 1995) p. 1.   
    Jim Cusack, “Serial killer theory gains ground,” in The Irish Independent (26 September 1998) p. 9. 
    Jim Cusack, “Garda search on site for body continues” in The Irish Times (28 June 1995) p. 3.    
    Jim Cusack, “Murdered women were dismembered, say gardai” in The Irish Independent (30 June 1995) p. 1.   

    • 56 min
    55 - Murder by Arson: The McCann Family

    55 - Murder by Arson: The McCann Family

    In the summer of 1992, the McCann Family endured a series of gas leaks in their home, and a spate of threatening phone calls. These nuisances escalated quickly though, and culminated in a raging fire in their Rathfarnham home. Esther McCann and her foster daughter, Jessica, died in the blaze.
    Investigators ruled that this was a case of arson, and gardai quickly discovered that Frank McCann - the grieving father and husband - had some dark secrets. 
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    Quinn’s Song: The Dance Begins Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com (http://incompetech.com/) ) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    Additional Music:   Allemande (Sting) by Wahneta Meixsell. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    Sources:
    “Sex abuse that beggars belief” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/sex-abuse-that-beggars-belief-26200037.html (30 January 1998) 
    Ray Managh, “Family claim against killer of daughter and her child” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/family-claim-against-killer-of-daughter-and-her-child-26180722.html (17 July 1998) 
    Ray Managh, “McCann to renew appeal on wife killing” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/mccann-to-renew-appeal-on-wife-killing-26176066.html (1 August 1998) 
    Ray Managh, “Blaze victim's mother wins £90,000 payout” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/blaze-victims-mother-wins-90000-payout-26171143.html (9 October 1998) 
    Bernie O'Toole, “Wife murderer 'quite capable of killing again” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/wife-murderer-quite-capable-of-killing-again-26171294.html (10 October 1998) 
    Nicola Tallant, “No remorse from killer who burned wife, baby to death” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/no-remorse-from-killer-who-burned-wife-baby-to-death-26418038.html (29 October 2006) 
    Catherine Murphy, “We won't be safe is my sister's killer is released” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/we-wont-be-safe-if-my-sisters-killer-is-released-26893675.html (2 September 2012) 
    Conor Feehan, “Pictured: Double murderer serving life for killing wife and daughter gets taste of freedom with new prison job” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/pictured-double-murderer-serving-life-for-killing-wife-and-daughter-gets-a-taste-of-freedom-with-new-prison-job-35948540.html (19 July 2017) 
    Conor Feehan, “'He Should never be free' – family's horror as killer prepares for release” in The Irish Independent https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/he-should-never-be-free-familys-horror-as-killer-prepares-for-release-38165850.html (31 May 2019) 
    Paul O'Neill and Frank McNally, “The 'distraught husband' who was unmasked as a cold killer” in The Irish Times (16 August 1996) p 6. 
    “McCann sits impassively as verdict is read to court” in The Irish Times (16 August 1996) p 6. 
    Frank McNally and Paul O'Neill, “Charismatic figure with reputation for clean living” in The Irish Times (16 August 1996) p 6. 
    Frank McNally and Paul O'Neill, “A loving woman unaware of sinister developments” in The Irish Times (16 August 1996) p 6. 
    “Garda shown mass card addressed to publican” in The Irish Times (13 January 199

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    54 - The Serial Child Murders of Robert Black

    54 - The Serial Child Murders of Robert Black

    A stranger snatching a child off the street is thankfully a rare thing. But throughout the 70s and 80s, in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, a number of young girls disappeared as if into thin air while walking alone. Most went missing in broad daylight. Some were found - their bodies dumped hundreds of miles from home. Some remain missing, presumed murdered.
    In 1990, police in Scotland realised that many of these cases were linked. A delivery driver living in London was responsible for them all. Despite getting into trouble throughout his youth for sexually motivated attacks on younger children, Robert Black had been free to roam the country and target girls for decades.
    *Episode Image: Jennifer Cardy (via The Irish Times Archive)
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    Sources:
    C.L Swinney, Robert Black: The true story of a child killer from the United Kingdom (Toronto: RJ Parker, 2015)  Purchase here (https://www.amazon.com/Robert-Black-Rapist-Kingdom-Detectives-ebook/dp/B015ZTCE4K/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=)
    Robert Church, Well Done Boys: The life and crimes of Robert Black (London: Constable, 1997)   Purchase here (https://www.amazon.com/Well-Done-Boys-Times-Robert/dp/0094741506/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=robert+church+well+done+boys&qid=1573308960&sr=8-1)  
    Ray Wyre and Tim Tate, The Death of Childhood (London: Penguin, 1995) Purchase here (https://www.amazon.com/Murder-Childhood-Britains-Notorious-Murderers-ebook/dp/B07HYCZHD1/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=ray+wyre&qid=1573309042&s=digital-text&sr=1-1)  
    “The Disappearance of Genette Tate” by DevonLive.com http://genettetate.devonlive.com/?_ga=2.216723730.521717693.1573263562-772761478.1572713433#group-police-hunt-SdsU2ZvdDN (August 2018)    
    Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-disappearance-of-genette-tate/id1425038532  
    Alan McEwen, “Caroline Hogg murder: City scarred 30 years on” in The Scotsman https://www.scotsman.com/news-2-15012/caroline-hogg-murder-city-scarred-30-years-on-1-2992923 (8 July 2013)    
    Laura Burns, “Remains of serial child killer Robert Black lie unclaimed in mortuary as family members fail to come forward” in The Daily Record https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/remains-serial-child-killer-robert-7193277 (17 January 2016)    
    Claire Hayhurst, “Police were set to charge serial child killer Robert Black with murder of Genette Tate within weeks” in The Daily Record https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/police-were-set-charge-serial-7174544 (13 January 2016)   
    “Jennifer Cardy accused Robert Black is multiple killer” from BBC News https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-15215541 (7 October 2011)   
    “Archive of Robert Black's trial for the murder of Jennifer Cardy” from Lisburn.com http://lisburn.com/archives/info/news-2011/jennnifer-cardy.html#2 (2011)   
    “Child killer Robert Black to serve 25 years for murdering Jennifer Cardy” in The Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8943177/Child-killer-Robert-Black-to-serve-25-years-for-murdering-Jennifer-Cardy.html (8 Decemb

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AndrewRadioDJ ,

Addictive listening

Really happy with this. It’s the perfect companion for long drives or walks. Really well researched and presented.

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One of my fav crime podcasts

This is one of my favorite true crime podcasts. Great tone, pace and factual.
Also great to have alternative to American unsolved crimes

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Well narrated, researched and delivered

Just started listening and I love the Irish-isms in the podcast - “she lost the plot”, “knacker” etc!

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